The creative journal: the art of finding yourself

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Newcastle, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 180 pages
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"Capacchione's book is an exciting guide into the 'art of journal-keeping.'" -- Leonard Zunin

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User Review  - CozyLover - LibraryThing

As a perpetual journal keeper I am always in the lookout for books which will prompt me into deeper exploration of self. The Creative Journal is such a book. The journal exercises detailed within the ... Read full review

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What a silly waste of time and money this was! Personally, I found it to be too "over the top" ... Read full review

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Contents

What Is Creative Journalkeeping?
1
Where Youre At Where Youre Coming From
19
Who You Are
55
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Known for her discovery of the healing power of writing and drawing with the non-dominant hand, Lucia Capacchione is an art therapist with a Ph.D. in psychology, serves as a consultant to Walt Disney Imagineering, and is nationally recognized for her workshops in recovery and co-dependence. Her work has been highly praised by such leaders in the health-care field as Dr. Bernie Siegel, Norman Cousins Joan Borysenko and Dr. Gerald Jampolsky. She has written six other books including "The Power of Your Other Hand. The Picture of Health" and "The Creative Journal.

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